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Users More Likely To Pay For Tablet Apps Than Mobile Apps

According to a recent study carried out by Pew, less than 50 percent of the total cellphone and tablet users have ever paid for an app. Most tend to indulge into free versions and less than 20% have ever paid more than $20 for an app. However, tablet users are more likely to pay for an app compared to a cellphone user, says the study.
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Kindle Fire May Put Android Tablets On Fire

Kindle Fire with it's sleek design, better-than-before OS and competitive prices may put many contemporary tablets to test. With Apple iPads still safe with their superior performances, Kindle Fire is most likely to affect the Android tablet market. In the long-run, it may pose a threat to Apple's iPads too.
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Jawbone JAMBOX Wireless Portable Speakerphone System

JAMBOX, the biggest sound. The smallest package. More Jam less Box: JAMBOX. It's the best little Speaker you've ever heard. One device lets you listen to all of your favorite audio--music, podcasts, video, apps, games, and more--from any phone, music player, tablet, or laptop. Take JAMBOX with you wherever you want audio--from room to room in the…
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Kobo Vox eReader Android Tablet

E-reader maker Kobo is following in Barnes & Noble's and Amazon's footsteps and releasing its own low-priced Android tablet, announced the Kobo Vox tablet on Wednesday, coming in at a Amazon Kindle Fire-matching price of $199.99 and it inspired by the idea of the Vox Populi or voice of the people, Kobo Inc. belives it can change the…
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Kogan Brings New 8-Inch And 10-Inch Tablets

Every Tablet manufacturer are now trying to come up with the most affordable tablets with more attractable features. Keep this competition on mind Kogan offering up two new tablets to their Agora range in the form of an 8” and 10” version. Both are powered by Android’s Gingerbread 2.3.
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LightSquared Collaboration With Sharp

LightSquared teams up with Sharp to begin production of LTE phones and tablets and these smartphones and tablets won't be sold by the Falcone-backed company and will instead make their way to its carrier partners, like Sprint, C Spire and Best Buy. LightSquared will be showing off some of its devices at CTIA Enterprise and Applications conference…
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Amazon Buying WebOS

Amazon is close to finish a deal to purchase webOS from HP and Amazon would be a good match for webOS. It would be very simple to dismiss these rumors as pure flights of fancy, since Amazon only just announced their first Android-based tablet product, the Kindle Fire this week and it seems mutually exclusive to have both WebOS and Android…
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Samsung To Launch Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Samsung has just unveiled a rather unexpected addition to its fleet of tablets with the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which available in both 16GB and 32GB varieties, this new slate is fueled by a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb and features a seven-inch LCD with 1024 x 600 resolution. It also packs a two megapixel front-facing camera,…
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